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Tuesday 19 October 2004 9.54am
Silver Machine - Hawkwind
Solid Gold Easy Action - T.Rex
Rhapsody in Blue - Gershwin
Grun Grun - Willard Grant Conspiracy & Telefunk
Red Right Hand - Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Das Blau in der Morgen - To Rococo Rot
Everything's gone green - New Order
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Tuesday 19 October 2004 11.17am
Big Yellow Taxi - Joni Mitchell
Yellow Submarine - The Beatles
Green Onions - Booker T & the MGS
Black Dog - Led Zep
Red Red Wine - UB40
Purple Haze - Jimi Hendrix
Ruby Tuesday - Rolling Stones
Tuesday 19 October 2004 11.36am
Goldfinger - Shirley Bassey
6 inch gold Blade - The Birthday Party
Deep Purple - Donny and Marie Osmond
Fade To Grey - Visage
Colourfield - Colourfield
Pink Pedal Pushers - Carl Perkins
Tuesday 19 October 2004 1.23pm
I only have one but seeing as it's possibly the best song David Essex ever did (except Rock On and all the others) it'll do nicely:

Silver Dream Machine.

Also, this has a cidery footnote. Ivanhoe take note: there is a character in the film (Silver Dream Machine) called Cider Jones. You can call your kids Cider. How good is that?
Tuesday 19 October 2004 1.32pm
Or Perry.
Tuesday 19 October 2004 1.33pm
Both. have you met my sister, Lager?
Tuesday 19 October 2004 1.43pm
I used to know a girl called Wanda Beverage
Tuesday 19 October 2004 1.53pm
Was that the flat one or the one with the large head?
Tuesday 19 October 2004 2.11pm
Well - it worked for Pepsi & Shirley!
Tuesday 19 October 2004 2.19pm
really? I don't recall, which one had the flat head (and was she bitter)?
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